56. Dorothea Lange (American, 1895-1965)

clockwise from top left
      1. Migrant Mother, 1936, gelatin silver print, MoMA
      2. Egypt1962-1963, gelatin silver print, Getty
      3. Mended Stockings
, 1934, gelatin silver print, Howard Greenberg Gallery
      4. Ex-Slave with a Long Memory, 1938, photonegativeOakland Museum of California
      5. Pakistani Youth, c. 1958, gelatin silver print, Museum of Contemporary Photography
      6. White Angel Breadline, 1933, gelatin silver print, SFMOMA
      7. One Nation, Indivisible, 1942, gelatin silver print, MoMA
      8. Grandfather and Grandson, 1946, gelatin silver print, Manzanar National Historic Site
      9. Residents of Japanese ancestry registering, 1942, gelatin silver print, Museum of Contemporary Photography
     10. Line of Barracks, 1942, gelatin silver print, Manzanar National Historic Site
Dorothea Lange on Wikipedia
"6 Things You Didn't Know about Dorothea Lange" from Artsy
Collage generated using BeFunky


MP said…
I really like the portrait of a woman painting someone else by JEANNA BAUCK, The Danish Artist Bertha Wegmann Painting a Portrait.
EH said…
You’ve introduced me to so many wonderful artists, it’s hard to pick one. Margaretta Angelica Peale, Zofia Atteslander, Julia Margaret Cameron, and Zinaida Serebriakova are definitely my top favorites.
Unknown said…
I'd love to see Virginia Burton & the Folly Cove Designers.
tes77 said…
Love these photographs! I'd love to see a textile artist - known or unknown. I loved your post about Native American beadwork.
Unknown said…
Nancy Sargent Howell
tes77 said…
@beth mickle, If you mean the illustrator of The Little House - I'd love to see her, too!
365WomenArtists said…
Beth Mickle -- I love The Little House, and the Folly Cove Designers is a wonderful suggestion. They go quite unsung!

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